Nevus cell aggregates associated with lymph nodes: estimated frequency and clinical significance.

Abstract

Aggregates of cells resembling those of cutaneous nevi have been found in the capsules of lymph nodes. Although seemingly rare, this extraordinary lesion could conceivably occur often enough to be more than a pathological curiosity, and should be differentiated from metastatic tumor. Slides from every axillary lymph node dissection for female mammary… (More)

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@article{Ridolfi1977NevusCA, title={Nevus cell aggregates associated with lymph nodes: estimated frequency and clinical significance.}, author={Ren L Ridolfi and Paul Peter Rosen and Howard T. Thaler}, journal={Cancer}, year={1977}, volume={39 1}, pages={164-71} }